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yang rou pao mo. and completely unrelated: live crawfish.

james kalin | Jan 7, 200402:22 AM

There's a Chinese-Muslim dish that I used to get in Beijing (though it's more famous in Xi'an) called 'yang rou pao mo.' It's lamb and torn up biscuits in broth with noodles. [The place I used to go also had a little side condiment dish that was best just dumped right in that contained: pickled garlic, cilantro, and a great, medium-spiced chili paste... yaow!] I tried a place in the south bay (sorry, can't remember the name, green sign); it was decent (nice folks too), but a far cry from the real deal. Any leads?

On a different topic:
Where can I buy live crawfish around the bay? Do I have to go up to the Delta? And if so, where-who-howmuch?


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